I've got a Philips 3610 cd-rewriter and an Atapi 8 speed cd-rom player. When I'm copying audio cd's there's an irritating noise on the background of the songs when I play them on a regular cd-player. Like when you're on the telephone and the line is disturbed. Is there anything I can do about this??
There are many reasons for bad audio quality when coping audio CD's
1. Your CD reader doesn't route the data thru the error correction when doing digital audio extraction. if there are small readerrors
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